Bamboozle are a 50’s influenced rocking band with a modern sound. Being one of the only bands to have a gal on vocals and rockabilly slap bass a world class pedal steel player , one of the scenes top rockabilly guitarists and drummers and mesmerising four part harmonies Bamboozle are the band to see ! Playing a range of 1950’s rockabilly swing and western swing classics original songs and arrangements of some modern tunes , Bamboozle are a truly rocking band to dance the night away to. The band consists of: Serena Sykes – Double Bass/Vocals Jim Knowler – Guitar/Vocals
Esther Eden grew up in the UAE, listening to her mother singing along to jazz music and Ella Fitzgerald. With a voice way beyond her years, at the age of 18 now, her vocal maturity has reached a tremendous peak. Her music journey started off with a life changing experience. In 2014, Jessie J heard Esther performing and filmed the entire performance on her phone. She also invited Esther to sing her original song at Jessie J’s concert that very evening for an audience of over 10,000 people. A truly inspiring story that hit the headlines and so Esther’s fan
‘Against The Odds’ is a fabulous new track from the award winning Scottish/Canadian band who are massive in Dubai and signed to the major label ‘Universal Music Mena’. This track hits the spot. Melodic but punchy, rocks but with pop sensibility and vocals that go through the ceiling and stick in your head. City Beats can see people screaming this out a new years eve party in your area every year, it’s an anthem of strength and determination and we’re sure it’ll take them where they want to go. ‘Against The Odds’ is taken off their full length album ‘Home’. 4/5 City Beats Video
Countless artists battle to carve define or establish their own musical identity. For some it’s a strenuous process of experimenting with various musical styles in an attempt to stumble upon something that “fits”. From the upcoming release of his debut E.P. “Demarrer” spearheaded by the singles “Anthem” and “Tomorrow” what is apparent about Adreyn Cash is that he is an artist that is not only fully aware of his musical identity but in full natural command of it. With its routes dug deep within soul music Adreyn Cash’s sound consists of the smooth mixture of emotion and perhaps even fear
“It just seems like niggas trying to sound like my old shit,” sings the Weeknd on “Reminder.” Ironically, years after remaking contemporary R&B in his druggy, sex-obsessed vision on his iconic debut EP House of Balloons, the Toronto singer has settled into a familiar routine. We know that his songs will explore love as either a tortured form of codependency or transactional pornography; that he will boast of his forays into a one-percent world of luxury vehicles, white lines and sylph-like women; and that the beats will possess a synthesized sheen that gleams like coated stock paper in Vogue magazine.
Formed in the West Midlands, a frontman from Cheshire and with a vast association with the Madchester scene, The Charlatans roots are somewhat confusing. But tonight, they make Camden their home. For the first time in its twenty six year history, this evening the Q awards opens its doors in Camden and mixes the fans with the musicians. It’s not everyday you catch a glimpse of The Smiths legend Johnny Marr sipping a lemonade whilst chatting with fans. In addition, to conclude the ceremony, indie icons The Charlatans perform a full headline slot. We are in for a treat. Bar
Remarkably this is the first official recording of Jimmy Somerville live as a solo performer but comes off the back of an impressive twelve months for the former Bronski Beat and Communards singer. 2015’s Homage was a fabulous slice of summery pop, re-awakening awareness of his talents.This album captures some of his acoustic performance at the famous Stella Polaris festival in Denmark last summer, with tracks from across his career. There’s a raw and emotional version of the still wonderful Smalltown Boy (Somerville’s best song) as well as an intriguing re versioning of Why? from the same era. Impressively the
Following a four year hiatus Welsh rockers Feeder return with a new LP accompanied with a sell out tour. Still sounding as relevant as ever, ‘All Bright Electric’ is classic old school Feeder and perhaps their heaviest record to date. As 9pm approaches, Feeder take to the stage and kick off the set with new track ‘Another Day On Earth’. Next up they blare out comeback single ‘Universe Of Life’, which combines heavily distorted guitars and a melody which proves difficult to forget. With the amps seemingly on full blast, Feeder have the crowd’s attention. Following the tragic loss of